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# IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.

## 1. Please Use One Page per Question.

2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
1. Suppose that energy Q is required to accelerate a car from rest to v,
neglecting friction. How much added energy would be required to increase the
speed from v to 2v?

Choices:
a. Q b.2Q c. 3Q d.4Q

SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)
Using the energy equation W=KE2 – KE1
Q = 0.5mv2 – 0 - condition 1
W = 0.5m(2v)2 – 0.5mv2 - condition 2
W=2mv2 – 0.5mv2 = 3(0.5mv2) = 3Q (c)

Reference: Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Physics for Engineering and
Science by Michael E. Browne, Ph. D, page 97

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## IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS

1. Please Use One Page per Question.
2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
1. Suppose you want to store 1.00 J of electric potential energy in a volume of 1.00
m3 in vacuum. What is the magnitude of the required electric field?

Choices:

## E=0.475 MV/m (a)

SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

u=1.00J/1.00m3 = 1.00J/m3

## E=0.475 MV/m (a)

Reference: University Physics with Modern Physics 12th edition by Hugh D. Young and
Roger Freedman, page 827

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS
1. Please Use One Page per Question.
2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
2. Material a is a water and material b is a glass with index of refraction 1.52. If the
incident ray makes an angle of 60o with the normal, find the direction of the
reflected ray.

Choices:
a. 49.3o b. 91.3o c. 60o d. 34.7o

(c)
SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

## According to law of reflection, , hence if then (c)

Reference: University Physics with Modern Physics 12th edition by Hugh D. Young and
Roger Freedman, page 1128

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS
1. Please Use One Page per Question.
2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
3. The wavelength of the red light from a helium-neon sensor is 633 nm in air but
474 nm in the aqueous humor inside our eyeballs. Calculate the speed of light in
this substance.

Choices:

a. 2.25 x 108 m/s b. 3.25 x 108 m/s c. 3.00 x 108 m/s d. 1.25 x 108 m/s

(a)

## SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

Calculating the index of refraction, we have:

## For the velocity of light in this index we have:

(a)

Reference: University Physics with Modern Physics 12th edition by Hugh D. Young and
Roger Freedman, page 1129

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS

## 1. Please Use One Page per Question.

2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
4. A spaceship moving away from Earth with speed of 0.900c fires a robot space
probe in the same direction as its motion, with speed of 0.700c relative to the
spaceship. What is the probe’s velocity relative to the Earth?

Choices:
a. 0.900c b. 0.345c c. 0.700c d. 0.982c

(d)
SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)
Using the equation of Lorentz velocity transformation, we have:

(d)

Reference: University Physics with Modern Physics 12th edition by Hugh D. Young and
Roger Freedman, page 1287

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS

## 1. Please Use One Page per Question.

2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

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Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
5. In optics, this effect refers to the blurring of the image produced on a concave
mirror due to the convergence of rays far from the mirror to other points on the
principal axis. What do you call this effect?

Choices:
a. spherical aberration b. focal divergence c. parallax error d. Snell’s effect

spherical aberration (a)

## SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

Reference: Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Serway and Jewett, 6th edition page
1132

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS

## 1. Please Use One Page per Question.

2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

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Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
6. In fluid mechanics, this shows that the pressure of a fluid decreases as the speed
of the fluid increases. In addition, the pressure of a fluid decreases as the
elevation increases.

Choices:
a. Clairut’s equation b. Bernoulli’s equation
c. Maxwell’s equation d. Hyrdofluid equation

## Bernoulli’s equation (b)

SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

Reference: Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Serway and Jewett, 6th edition page
434

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS

## 1. Please Use One Page per Question.

2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
7. In electrodynamics, what term refers to the average speed of the charge carriers?

Choices:
a. drag velocity b. molecular-kinetic speed c. drift speed d. charge velocity

drift speed (c)

## SOLUTION ( IF PROBLEM -SOLVING)

Reference:
Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Serway and Jewett, 6th edition page 834

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## School Representative IECEP Manila

IECEP-Manila Form 1 S.2011 TEST QUESTIONS
1. Please Use One Page per Question.
2. Fill-out all needed information.
3. Submissions with incomplete data will not be considered.

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTOR
Name of School Technological University of the Philippines - Manila

## Signature over Printed

Name , Position Engr. Edmon O. Fernandez, Instructor-I

## Area of Specialization Signal Processing and Control Systems

(/) General Engineering and Applied Science
( ) Electronics System & Technologies
QUESTION:
8. In electromagnetics and wave theory, what refers to waves, commonly generated
by electronic devices, whose wavelengths ranges from approximately 0.3m to 10 -4
m. Due to their short wavelengths these are often used in radar systems and for
studying the atomic and molecular properties of matter.

Choices: